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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Clubs Calendar
  • WKU and Me
  • Alumni News
  • Coming Events Calendar
  • Toppertalk
  • West on Western Sports
  • Dear Mom

This issue contains articles:

  • Sitler, Rick. William Menser Triumphs in Landslide
  • Williams, Vikki & Norah Stuart. Earl Edmonds to Lead Seniors
  • Annual Kentucky Education Association Breakfast to Feature Both Sights and Sounds of Campus
  • Attendance Proposal Closer to Adoption
  • High Schoolers to Visit WKU During May
  • Unopened Parcels to be Sold at Faculty Wives Club Auction
  • Club News – Phi Mu Alpha, SNEA, Alpha Psi Omega, Cherry Country Life, Government, Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Mu Alpha
  • Leading, Computer Authorities to Talk at Management Meeting
  • Grant Aids Facilities for Nursing Program
  • National Science Foundation Grants WKU $8,220 for Science Institute
  • Organization Planned for Jewish Students to Meet Tonight
  • Summer Session Freshmen Can Enroll in All Areas
  • That Time Again – Florida or Bust
  • Policy Change on Attendance in Important
  • Burdoc, Tony. Wants More Entertainment
  • Grinstead, Chris. Towel Defended Again – Confederate Flag
  • Schoenbaechler, Richard. Ponders Veterans Village Fate
  • White, Francis. Tomorrow is THE Day – Spring Break
  • Dennison, Larry. Foresees Transport Problems
  • Gritton, Dan. Dislikes Red Towel Symbol – Confederate Flag
  • Sports Tourney Is Step to Balanced Program
  • Westerners to Study South of the Border
  • Foreign Language Books Add Zest to Research
  • Turner, Charlene. Grandmother to be Is Sophomore at Western – Ruth Broderson
  • Retired Librarian Mrs. Sarah Garris, Dies in Bowling Green
  • Leading Automation Authority Dr. Alice Hilton to Lecture
  • Computer Demonstration for Math Set for Today
  • Louisville Gallery Exhibits Western Students Art Work
  • Drs. Gordon Wilson, David Hartman Attend American Chemical Society Meeting
  • Rehearsal Begins for Player Production Night Must Fall
  • Variety Act Auditions Scheduled for April 19 for Senior Day Show
  • Human Relations Center Has Programs Underway
  • Earl E. Wassom Joins Library Science Staff
  • Wondrely, Allen. Poll Indicates Change Desired in Lyndon Johnson’s Policies
  • Summer Workshops Will be Offered for Grads, Undergrads
  • WKU Sophomore Kenneth Fena Dies in Traffic Mishap
  • Anthro-Socio Students Travel to Georgetown
  • Alpha Xi Delta Sorority Formally Installed
  • Greek News – Panhellenic Council, Kappa Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chi Omega, Phi Mu, Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Kappa Alpha
  • Greek Dances Now Allowed Off Campus
  • Lecture, WKU Movie Comprise Agenda for Next Assemblies
  • Western Choir Strolls South
  • McDaniel, Mike. Hilltopper Nine to Celebrate Vacation on Baseball Diamond With Seven Contests
  • West, Dave. Judo Tournament is Western’s First
  • Whites Bounce Reds 38-30
  • Topper Tennis Squad Defeats David Lipscomb
  • Softball Season to Open Today at Lampkin Park
  • Ratliff, Linda & Janet Radke. Women’s Recreation Association Seniors to Attend Ohio Valley Conference Volleyball Tourney
  • Benningfield, Ron. Hilltopper Riflers to Close Season
  • Tops Boycott University of Kentucky Relays; Enter Eastern Illinois University Meet
  • Bluegrass, Folk Music Theme of WKU’S First Lost River Festival
  • Film on Campus Life to Premiere Saturday – This is Western
  • Auditions Tonight for Summer Drama – Tragedy at Sand Cave
  • University of Tennessee Graduate to Join Tops Football Staff – Robbie Franklin


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